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By Lindsey Jenkins in GET/technical, API Pro Tips Posted Oct 13, 2020

An Intro to Successful API Data Mapping

To build a seamless API integration, you need to map data appropriately.

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By Lindsey Jenkins in GET/technical, API Pro Tips Posted Oct 13, 2020

Using Discovery APIs

You (and your users) can’t map and transform data if you’re missing custom objects.

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By Lindsey Jenkins in GET/technical, API Pro Tips Posted Oct 13, 2020

An Overview of API Authentication Methods

Authentication can be complex, and developers are forced to work within the framework of the APIs they’re integrating to.

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By Lindsey Jenkins in GET/technical, API Pro Tips Posted Oct 13, 2020

Pro Tips and Best Practices For API Integration [A Blog Series]

So it’s your turn to take a crack at building a new integration. We get it - you don’t need to reinvent the wheel.

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By Lindsey Jenkins in GET/technical, API Pro Tips Posted Oct 13, 2020

5 Key Considerations to Optimize the User Experience

A seamless, connected experience that’s relevant to your customer’s use case is the bottomline of a great user experience.

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By Lindsey Jenkins in GET/technical, API Pro Tips Posted Oct 13, 2020

OAuth 2.0: Access and Refresh Tokens For Cloud Storage

OAuth is an open standard for authorization that uses access and refresh tokens.

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By Lindsey Jenkins in GET/technical, API Pro Tips Posted Oct 13, 2020

HTTP Verbs Demystified: PATCH, PUT, and POST

If you’re still getting the hang of web development and HTTP specification, you might find yourself often confused about which verbs to use and when. 

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By Brian Busch in API Industry Trends, procure-to-pay Posted Oct 5, 2020

The Latest Iteration of the Virtual Close in Accounting

Do you ever feel haunted by the ghosts of problems-past?

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By Lindsey Jenkins in Enterprise Integration, SaaS Integration, API Industry Trends, Application Ecosystem Posted Aug 25, 2020

How Effective Is Your API Integration Strategy?

If you’re a technology company, you use APIs. Your products are built on them and you need them to connect to other applications so your users aren’t performing manual, reiterative tasks.

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By Lindsey Jenkins in API Industry Trends Posted Aug 12, 2020

Creating Better Interactions: Sales and Marketing Integration

You can never have enough customer or prospect data.

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